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March 30, 2015, 06:29:49 AM
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Welcome to https://www.scryptpool.com
Formerly https://pool.bejjan.net , now with a new brand!

Features:

  • Fee: 2% (Transactions paid by pool)
  • Scrypt
  • Profitability switching
  • Lowest difficulty switching
  • Lowest network hashrate switching
  • Rewards as soon as block is mature
  • Detailed transactions
  • Payout details
  • Detailed block information
  • Threshold and daily payout options (clear address to "hold" the coins on the pool)
  • Vardiff 1-16384 (init diff 128)
  • Custom port with fixed or vardiff can be asked for Wink
  • Active developer
  • Easy to use interface
  • Powerful European and international peers
  • Dedicated hardware
  • Proportional payment system (PROP)
  • Realtime statistics (5min averages)
  • Automatic account lockdown on a certain amount of login failures (email with token to unlock and notification)

Profit switching
Profitswitching is based on several factors. One important factor is the value of the coin.
To keep market value up to date and accurate, several exchanges are monitored, included but not limited to: Bittrex, Bleutrade, BTC-e, C-CEX, Cryptopia, Cryptsy, Poloniex and Yobit.

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March 30, 2015, 06:55:08 PM
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 Good variaty of scrypt coins - I like the way you have it setup for individual mining of any coin - I am not a fan of auto switch - it seems they just jump back and forth - of 2 or 3 coins making it harder to gain a good amount of one coin.  Thanks for the new site - signing up and going to throw some hash power onto my fav coin..
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March 31, 2015, 04:51:19 AM
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This is probably the best mining pool I have tried Smiley I know the founder and developer who has a very pure interest and intention with this mining pool. Looking forward seeing more bitcoin services from you Jimmy Smiley

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March 31, 2015, 07:12:46 PM
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I recommend this pool to everyone, I am a miner on the site and can be found mining multiple currencies Smiley

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April 02, 2015, 08:24:33 PM
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Where are your stratum servers located?

Do we have the ability to set our worker's difficulty instead of relying on vardiff?

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April 04, 2015, 07:58:16 AM
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Where are your stratum servers located?

Stratum located in Sweden, with strong international peering.

Do we have the ability to set our worker's difficulty instead of relying on vardiff?

For now only vardiff, but I am open for suggestions.

Fixed diffs can be set up separately, let me know what your preferred settings are and I will see about adding more ports with fixed difficulty.

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August 07, 2015, 05:46:44 PM
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Hello!

I've been way too quiet here, anyway.. Hope everyone is well and had/have a pleasant summer.

The pool has grown quite a bit.

Check this out: https://pool.bejjan.net/pools

Development progress (quick summary)

I have worked hard to make the site easer to use with a new navigation-bar, grouping of recent payouts with the aproximate btc-value.

I know there have been some stability issues, which was due to some of the coding in the data gatherers, again alot of fixes have been applied.

The servers have also become overprovisioned, fear not, I'm currently setting up new servers :-)



So what's up ? what is your experience with the pool ?

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August 08, 2015, 09:59:06 PM
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Your pools looks pretty cool.  My only issue would be that you cannot change what coin to mine without changing the port on your actual miner.

It would be nice to do this through your website?

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August 09, 2015, 12:42:09 AM
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Your pools looks pretty cool.

Thanks!

My only issue would be that you cannot change what coin to mine without changing the port on your actual miner.

It would be nice to do this through your website?

That feature is in development right now, although I can't give any time estimate just yet.

Once it's time for public testing I will email out an announcement.

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August 13, 2015, 07:59:59 PM
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Hi I like the autoswitch function of your pool. I would like to see more detailed stats for each coin in order we can check for ourselves if the estimation of profitability is accurate. For the autoswitch feature I'd like to see a log as well so we can check the profitability of each coin at the specific point in time they were assigned to our miners.

Is available in the pool the option of exchanging the different mined scrypt coins into bitcoins (satoshis) or a chosen altcoin inmediately leaving them stored and converted until the pool makes the payouts or does the user need to have a wallet for each mined coin and exchange those themselves?

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August 13, 2015, 08:50:44 PM
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Hi I like the autoswitch function of your pool.

Hi Leinaded, thanks :-)

I would like to see more detailed stats for each coin in order we can check for ourselves if the estimation of profitability is accurate.

For the autoswitch feature I'd like to see a log as well so we can check the profitability of each coin at the specific point in time they were assigned to our miners.

There is a 10 minute refresh interval from exchanges and other sources, you can check the current alt/btc quote per MH/24hours at https://pool.bejjan.net/pools/profit/descending

I'm also working on historical data, currently designing the database structure to maintain high scalability. The next step is graph presentation on each coins own page, aswell as for any of the other switches.

Is available in the pool the option of exchanging the different mined scrypt coins into bitcoins (satoshis) or a chosen altcoin inmediately leaving them stored and converted until the pool makes the payouts or does the user need to have a wallet for each mined coin and exchange those themselves?

The pool does not exchange the coins into BTC.

For now, if you plan to hold on to your coins, then I'd advice a personal wallet, or atleast don't hold large amounts on the pool. Otherwise check the daily payout option and put your exchange deposit address.

The payout history page shows you the values based on the rate at the time of the payout.

If you're in a hurry, for example during market changes, i would advice auto payout with a reasonable amount (uncheck daily payout). The pool runs payout every minute.

Welcome Smiley

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August 20, 2015, 07:05:13 PM
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Hi,

Have a couple of questions about transactions in the pool. I have to say the overall behaviour of the transactions is really weird, although I point my miner to a specific coin I'm still getting transactions of coins I haven't mined unless they are transactions from two weeks ago when I tried the autoswitch function of the pool, in that case is really strange the transactions take that long to confirm.

Another strange thing is that some coins take a lot to start to make transactions, yesterday I spend the whole day mining Aricoin but no transaction has arrived yet and is has not been the only coin in what this has happened. Maybe is because I have a very low hash power? 83 Kh/s

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September 05, 2015, 09:46:32 AM
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I want to share my opinion about this pool after having mined here for a couple of weeks. The issues I made to Bejjan haven't been solved, the only explanation I was given in Bejjan's pool chat was that in their server wasn't any account of the ERR I mined for two days so there wasn't going to be any transaction to my account.

I wouldn't recommend this pool to any friend since there's danger of your hash power not being registered by the pool although the miner reports new hashes being submitted. Right now I'm in Hash to Coins and there is no color, the transactions are much faster (several days faster) and more accurate (they credit you the coin you've mined, no strange transactions of coins you haven't mined at all) there than in Bejjan's pool. This is a several flaw in Bejjan's system since accurate and fast transactions are what convince users.

Besides that issue I find uncomfortable to manually change the port of connection in your config file when you want to change altcoins and a good thing about the pool is its chat room where you can post your questions and Bejjan answers them in a day or so.

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September 05, 2015, 10:09:50 AM
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I want to share my opinion about this pool after having mined here for a couple of weeks. The issues I made to Bejjan haven't been solved, the only explanation I was given in Bejjan's pool chat was that in their server wasn't any account of the ERR I mined for two days so there wasn't going to be any transaction to my account.

I wouldn't recommend this pool to any friend since there's danger of your hash power not being registered by the pool although the miner reports new hashes being submitted. Right now I'm in Hash to Coins and there is no color, the transactions are much faster (several days faster) and more accurate (they credit you the coin you've mined, no strange transactions of coins you haven't mined at all) there than in Bejjan's pool. This is a several flaw in Bejjan's system since accurate and fast transactions are what convince users.

Besides that issue I find uncomfortable to manually change the port of connection in your config file when you want to change altcoins and a good thing about the pool is its chat room where you can post your questions and Bejjan answers them in a day or so.

Leinaded: The ERR chain is br0ken, that's hardly the pools fault.

Balance is added to your account as the blocks mature, if the chain is stale, so is the confirmations on blocks, when the blocks don't get confirmed, I cant credit them to your account. Simple as that.

Regarding having to change ports for mining specific coins, I'm working hard on a new switching routine that will allow for controlling your workers directly from the site.

I have been transparent from day one. I know that sometimes it takes time for me to answer, that's because I have a job to do aswell.

You are not getting any transactions for coins you didnt mine, if you got credit, your miner worked on that coin.


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September 05, 2015, 10:18:25 AM
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Also.. I have been solo-mining ERRORcoin to get your and everyone elses transactions through, it's been hard with very limited peer.

Some coins have also been overpaid, due to a glitch in my blockupdate routines, that has caused false-positives, meaning I have paid out more than the pool has generated.

Where's the thanks for that ?

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September 06, 2015, 06:00:38 PM
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Leinaded: The ERR chain is br0ken, that's hardly the pools fault.

Balance is added to your account as the blocks mature, if the chain is stale, so is the confirmations on blocks, when the blocks don't get confirmed, I cant credit them to your account. Simple as that.


If it was a misunderstanding on my part I apologize but why didn't you say that the chain was broken when I made this question to you on your pool's chat several days ago? I think I remember clearly how you answered: "In my server I have not registers of hashes of ERR submitted by your client so I can't credit ERR to your account". What I concluded by your explanation is that you hadn't any proof that I had mined ERR in your server so I wasn't going to receive a single ERR. Not that the blockchain was broken and I had to wait till it fixes to receive them.

You didn't mention anything of what you're writing here today, on top of that with FST happens the same, the chain is broken and your pool's user area clearly notifies there are transactions of FST pending waiting for blocks to be confirmed. But strangely enough with ERR there are no notifications as with FST. Also I receive small transactions of coins I haven't mined at all maybe because of the error in your server you mention.

I'm sorry if my review upsets you but I tried to be as impartial as possible listing the pros and cons, one of the pros being how you answer promptly (about a day) to questions in your chat, not many pools have this useful feature.

Imo maybe you should admit that if you credit altcoins later than other pools, credit altcoins clients have not mined (although from an error in your server) and your website notifies a broken chain in some cases but not others, and being confusing on the chat when users want to know why the altcoin isn't being credited to their accounts, those are flaws in your pool and if I want to give a thorough review I have to mention them.

If you step up and are working hard to improve your pool that will speak in your favor and users will realize that the owner is putting good effort in his pool. If you only get upset at constructive criticism and do not take action to improve it will only make more people choose other pools.

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Leinaded: The ERR chain is br0ken, that's hardly the pools fault.

Balance is added to your account as the blocks mature, if the chain is stale, so is the confirmations on blocks, when the blocks don't get confirmed, I cant credit them to your account. Simple as that.


If it was a misunderstanding on my part I apologize but why didn't you say that the chain was broken when I made this question to you on your pool's chat several days ago? I think I remember clearly how you answered: "In my server I have not registers of hashes of ERR submitted by your client so I can't credit ERR to your account". What I concluded by your explanation is that you hadn't any proof that I had mined ERR in your server so I wasn't going to receive a single ERR. Not that the blockchain was broken and I had to wait till it fixes to receive them.

You didn't mention anything of what you're writing here today, on top of that with FST happens the same, the chain is broken and your pool's user area clearly notifies there are transactions of FST pending waiting for blocks to be confirmed. But strangely enough with ERR there are no notifications as with FST. Also I receive small transactions of coins I haven't mined at all maybe because of the error in your server you mention.

I'm sorry if my review upsets you but I tried to be as impartial as possible listing the pros and cons, one of the pros being how you answer promptly (about a day) to questions in your chat, not many pools have this useful feature.

Imo maybe you should admit that if you credit altcoins later than other pools, credit altcoins clients have not mined (although from an error in your server) and your website notifies a broken chain in some cases but not others, and being confusing on the chat when users want to know why the altcoin isn't being credited to their accounts, those are flaws in your pool and if I want to give a thorough review I have to mention them.

If you step up and are working hard to improve your pool that will speak in your favor and users will realize that the owner is putting good effort in his pool. If you only get upset at constructive criticism and do not take action to improve it will only make more people choose other pools.

Missunderstandings happens.

I can only assume that you are "FuLuShou" on the pool as that is the only person I have talked with regarding ERR.

Just because you can't scrollback too much in the chatbox, doesn't mean the chat messages vanished.

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'FuLuShou', 'Hi Bejjan. I have some doubts about how transactions are being done in your pool. Do u have a sec?'
'FuLuShou', 'I've been mining ERR there last two days but my balance hasn't changed at all and no registered transactions either. Today I've changed to MOON and my balance has grown already. What happens with my ERR shares? My sharerate has been 99,4% on average all working perfectly. Also why I'm receiving little fractions of coins in my balances that I haven't mined like NOTE or others similar to it?'
'Bejjan', 'FuLuShou. the transactions page is a little unclear, I'm aware of that, the original layout was from MPOS, and I handle transactions similarly. mining rewards are "Credits", if they are "Paid: no", that means that specific reward has not yet been included in a payout transaction, once a payout is done for a credit, it is hidden from the trasaction-list and the payout adress is listed instead'
'Bejjan', 'you can click on almost every transaction and see where exactly they come from'
'Bejjan', 'down to which block, how many shares etc etc etc'
'FuLuShou', 'Tnx for the info but is not just "unclear" my ERR shares don't appear at all in my transactions ("Paid: no" or not), balances or wallet outside the pool. Is like if I'd had never mined ERR. Can you check my account and solve this problem?'
'Bejjan', 'FuLuShou, no ERR block has been found yet where your shares are include, rest assured though that you do have shares mined for ERR, and I see them in the database. After a block is found, and the rewards are distributed, it will show up in transactions.'

As for your "constructive criticism", saying things like...

I wouldn't recommend this pool to any friend since there's danger of your hash power not being registered by the pool although the miner reports new hashes being submitted.

is not very cool..

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As for your "constructive criticism", saying things like...

I wouldn't recommend this pool to any friend since there's danger of your hash power not being registered by the pool although the miner reports new hashes being submitted.

is not very cool..

/Bejjan

You're right, now that I know it was because errors in the ERR blockchain I would change that for:

I wouldn't recommend this pool to any friend in its current state since right now there are better pools out there. Transactions here are generally much slower than the competition and the dashboard or server section doesn't always notify you if a scrypt coin has errors in its blockchain nor disables the port for the blockchain broken coin so you can be putting hash power into a coin without knowing when or if is going to be credited to your account so you need to keep vigilant on the state of the currency your putting your hash power into. In addition to that you're likely to see coins you haven't mined being credited to your account which adds more to the insecurity of how your transactions are being handled.

As an example I have this notification on FST transaction:
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Pending transfers

2015-08-18 00:00:03 Debit_AP 16.48353652 FST (0 of 6 confirmations) to ****************6kp

Which is warning the blockchain for FST is broken but not a message on ERR.


Hope that is cooler Smiley

P. S. I tried to access the chatlog as well to verify that my memory works well but unfortunately your website chatbox didn't let me access it at all and could not include it along my post before you did so I couldn't double check if what I remembered you answered me was right.

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September 08, 2015, 02:48:56 PM
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Chatbox history is limited to 50 last messages (visible), but a full log can be extracted if needed.

Anyone logged in should be able to access the chatbox, and I have never been required to block anyone from the chat.

I have added "network connections" and timestamp for last block on each pools page, this should give a clearer indication that there is something fishy with the chain.

FST wallet is still rescanning.
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2015-09-08 14:32:00 SetBestChain: new best=2159826f986c05ffec0204be0bf6e096c557fbf2df98b1f81e67bdaa748db952  height=4321683  log2_work=53.245367  tx=5212462  date=2015-03-06 06:35:58

Although your FST transaction have a txid and is found on http://fst.webboise.com/tx/30d482c91c2b85db63b3a1f3d44f8ea86302de051664aa982d61bd93c851e796
"Pending transfer" in this case is because wallet RPC does not respond while rescanning.

I can also see that your ERR transaction has gone through with txid 2fe14c83d8a17cb00ff3b6b715495796f37420e77459f670cab0ce55e59eafd3

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Hej Bejjan,
When do you anticipate the pool being fully functional again ?
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